Okay, after reading the rules of IDPA, I don't believe that is the discipline I am looking for. It comes close, but there are too many restrictions. 1. My Browning Hi-Power clone cannot shoot in the Stock Service Pistol (even though it was a stock service pistol in Argentina.) (See IDPA Introduction) 2. When one is talking about Self-Defense, there are no "revolver neutral" breaks given by the bad guys. (CoF22) 3. Self Defense may require more than 18 rounds (CoF 19) 4. My Browning clone is capable of holding more than 10 rounds in the magazine, but that is what it is limited to in the "Enhanced Service Pistol". SD does not limit me to that. And my clone is far from "Enhanced". I can go on and on, ad nauseam, but I think you understand. So, avoiding the "far out world" of USPSA / IPSC, and the limitations of IDPA, is there a shooting discipline that is truly "Defensive Pistol"?